The OSJ Store

January 23, 2020

The OSJ Store - Original Sin Jewelry

Howdy Jewelry Fan! We’ve come steamrolling into 2020, and there’s so much great stuff going on, it’s hard to believe it. I began 2019 thinking things were reaching a new level. And they did. And that has only continued and expanded into this New Year. If you're tracking (following) Original Sin Jewelry’s journey on social media—Facebook (@OriginalSinJewelry) & Instagram (@margaret_osj), you may have noticed that I’m settling into a Brick and Mortar Store at La Encantada in Tucson, AZ. 


Inside the OSJ store a nice seating area and tea towels on display with OSJ chalkboard sign

Honestly (and you know I must, in all things be honest), I feel more like an accidental store owner, having grown accustomed to the life of a traveling, exhibiting Contemporary Art Jeweler. I enjoy meeting you in your hometown, Jewelry Fan, where you live, where you find your Joys and Challenges, where you live your best, authentic life, all across this big, beautiful country. However, there’s a longing in me to make my roots deeper, to expand my heart and soul and include my own hometown in my work, my art, my journey. So, having read “The Surrender Experiment” by Michael A. Singer, I’ve embraced this opportunity as precisely the perfect moment to stretch in an unexpected direction.

tender green shoot growing in nutrient rich soil


If you’re ever in the Old Pueblo, please stop by and say “Howdy!”.  Currently, we’re on the Upper Level of the La Encantada Plaza between Humble Pie and Barre 3.  My amazing store staff works hard to create the best shop windows (really selfie worthy!) in the Plaza and the best shopping environment for Contemporary Art Jewelry in the city.  We are Tucson Local. We are Tucson Proud.  And we are bringing OSJ’s brand of Authentically Positive Conscientiously Satisfying Jewelry to my Sonoran Desert hometown.


OSJ store with chalkboard sign outside the front windows

Don’t worry, Jewelry Fan, I’ll still be doing shows and meeting up with you in your hometown. Just maybe not as often (you can find my schedule HERE). If you’ve been holding onto an idea for a Custom OSJ piece of Contemporary Heirloom Art Jewelry, now’s the time to either come by the store, or get in touch online HERE in order to get your project started. We might be a bit too late for Valentine’s Day production wise, but Easter and Mother’s Day are right around the corner and sooner is always better than later. You can also call, text 1-985-377-2035 to set an appointment at the store.


(Whispering—you can also always find my work online at, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Really. Even at 2am in your pajamas or birthday suit. I won’t see, I won’t ask, and I won’t tell.)

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